26 July 2017 6:00pm - 8:00pm

Accounting, Finance, Governance and Development in the 21st Century

Room 3043, Building 2, Highfield Campus, Southampton

In this evening seminar, Professor Collins Ntim will re-enforce the centrality of accounting. Not just in facilitating day-to-day transactions, but also its ability to drive development, especially economic development. He will seek to draw attention to the destructive power and/or potential of accounting, with accounting often strongly implicated in facilitating negative practices, such as corruption, tax avoidance, global economic and financial crises, money laundering, drug and human trafficking, terrorism and other exploitative labour practices. Special emphasis will be placed on the role of, and need for, responsible accounting in the 21st century.

Professor Collins Ntim is Professor of Accounting at Southampton Business School, Faculty of Business, Law and Art, University of Southampton. He has a PhD and an MRes with Distinction degrees from the University of Glasgow, an MSc with Distinction degree from the University of Leicester, and a BSc with First Class degree from the University of Ghana in accounting and finance, as well as a Postgraduate Certificate of Teaching in Higher Education from Aberystwyth University and is also a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.


  • Collins Ntim Collins Ntim Southampton Business School Professor in Accoutning and Finance

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